Fla’s Debt Relief Contracts. Firm are illegal, according to customers


By Victoria McKenzie (November 5, 2021, 4:59 p.m. EDT) – A group of seven student loan recipients seek to file an amended lawsuit against the Florida lawyers they hired to settle their debts, accusing them of carrying out a telemarketing scam that did little more than collect excessive and non-refundable advances.

Casey White, Lindsey Crits and five other student debtors initially filed separate civil racketeering suits in Florida federal court against the law firm GM, its marketing companies, and the attorney for Berger Singerman LLP who allegedly set up the operation. U.S. District Judge Raag Singhal dismissed consolidated cases in October, educated plaintiffs attorney Macy Hanson – who sued the firm …

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